When Sounds Trigger Strong Reactions: Research on Misophonia and What You or Your Loved Ones Can Do to Help
This is a four hour educational class geared towards individuals with misophonia (strong negative reactions to sounds), loved ones or parents of an individual with misophonia or even treatment providers of those who suffer with misophonia.
This is a skills-based class and will include some discussion around current misophonia research, ideas for future misophonia research, etc. No clinical education credits are being provided since the class is primarily directed towards misophonic individuals and/or those who know someone struggling with misophonia (e.g. spouses, parents and other loved ones).
This class takes place on November 3, 2017 from 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm at Duke Medicine Pavilion in Room 2W96. Registration for this class includes a 1-day parking pass for the Duke South PGI parking deck across from the Duke Medicine Pavilion. For information about how to register for this class, please visit the Duke registration page, using the event URL.